UPDATE: There will be no trash or recycling pickup on Wednesday, January 17th. Trash and recycling bins need to be removed from the curb for snow removal. Wednesday's Trash & Recycling collection will occur on Thursday. Thursday's Trash & Recycling collection will occur on Friday. Friday's Trash & Recycling collection will occur on Saturday. Please place your carts out at the curb before 5 AM and remove them no later than 16 hours after pick up. The Winter Parking Ordinance is in effect for Wednesday, January 17th. Parking shall only be permitted on the even-numbered side of the street on even days and only on the odd-numbered side of the street on odd days. For Wednesday, January 17th, beginning at 12:01 a.m., residents should only park on the odd-numbered side of the street.
Acting Police Chief: Shawn R. Sequeira

Headquarters: 85 Wheeler Street Shelton, CT 06484
Emergency: 911
Routine Calls: (203) 924-1544
Chief’s Office: (203) 924-4440
Chief’s Office: Fax: (203) 924-4255
Shelton Police Department’s Website

Department of Police Services

The Shelton Police Department is entrusted with the responsibility of enforcing all State and local laws within Shelton. The 55 sworn Police Officers and 19 civilian members of the Shelton Police Department are dedicated to the mission of the Department – to enhance the quality of life in Shelton by providing Police services in a professional manner to the more than 70,000 people that live or work in the Shelton community.


In 2010 the Patrol Division, or backbone of the Department, responded to and investigated approximately 25,000 requests for service. Patrol also has responded proactively addressing a variety of concerns including traffic safety, vandalism, excessive noise, speeding, driving intoxicated as well as quality of life issues with successful resolution. Specialized units under the Patrol Division include the Traffic Division including the Shelton Traffic Accident Reconstruction Team, Crime Prevention, Emergency Services Unit comprised of the Special Response Team and SCUBA, School Resource Officers, D.A.R.E and the Color Guard.

The Detective Division is responsible for assisting the Patrol Division in investigating serious crimes. The is includes armed robberies, burglaries, vehicle thefts, drug trafficking, computer crimes, identity theft as well as assisting the Traffic Division with the investigation of fatal motor vehicle accidents.

The Shelton Police Department is also heavily involved in numerous community and charitable organizations. Some of the organizations the Shelton Police Department is involved in includes Special Olympics, Milford Rape Crisis Center, Valley United Way, The Coalition to Stop Underage Drinking, Lower Naugatuck Valley Boys & Girls Club, TEAM, The American Legion, The Birmingham Group, Shelton TRIAD/Yellow Dot Program and the Shelton Adopt-a-Garden Program.

Over the last several years the Shelton Police Department has been recognized for its excellence in the areas of investigation, training and professionalism by the State’s Attorney’s Office, United States Attorney’s Office, the Connecticut Police Academy, US Department of Homeland Security, National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Fund and the American Legion Department of Connecticut.